You are not alone.
See if you can participate!
This trial involves NO TRAVEL and NO COST to you!
Multiple sclerosis patients commonly develop generalized ventricular dilation with or without cerebral atrophy over time. Case studies in the literature have noted some multiple sclerosis patients develop the typical “normal pressure hydrocephalus” triad of dementia, gait disturbance and incontinence which were responsive to shunts.
Many patients with connective tissue disorders (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome) develop Multiple Sclerosis and studies indicate that in the Multiple Sclerosis population, there exists over 10% more Ehlers-Danlos patients than in the normal population.
Because studies are indicating a form of external communicating hydrocephalus in the Ehlers-Danlos…